Yu Fang Chi
Traces, 2023, corten steel
Permanent Artwork, Art on the Great Victorian Rail Trail
This artwork is located on the Great Victorian Rail Trail, close to Trawool Estate, Mitchell Shire
Project Manager and curatorial advisor: Lisa Warrener, Global Art Projects
Client: Mitchell, Murrindindi and Mansfield Shire Councils for Art on the Great Victorian Rail Trail
Traces explores the forms of native plants, flora, and the environmental impact on this land.
Inspired by the impression of natural elements and local plants, the work responds to the simple, organic shape of a seed as the key, to reveal the idea of growing and transition.
The multiple forms and meanings of plants are essential in the work, which reflects the precious source of lifecycle in nature, as well as transformation through time and season.
For further information about this artwork and the artist, including videos and a location map, please see the Art on the Rail Trail website www.greatvictorianrailtrail.com.au/art/traces/
The Great Victorian Rail Trail Art Installations Project was delivered by Mitchell, Murrindindi and Mansfield Shire Councils, with the support of Global Art Projects. The project was funded by the Victorian Government’s Regional Tourism Investment Fund.